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the story from sacramento. >> i am raring to go. i don't expect me to leave too soon. >> in the first public appearance since finishing treatment, governor brown wants to shake up california's troubles and severely overcrowded prison systems. he signed a proclamation declaring end of the prison crisis, filed court papers to terminate oversight of the care, and asked the judges to remove the population cap. pointing to thousands of pages in legal documents and reports and the millions spent to produce them over the years, governor brown says it's time to return prison controls back to california. >> we can't pour more dollars down the rat hole of n incarceration wex have to spend as much as we need but no more. >> california's prison problems began more than two decades ago. inmates filed a class action lawsuit. the court concluded overcrowding was a major contributor and sent a prison population cap. politicians have been reluctant to release criminals lirl because of concerns and fear of political ramifications. attorneys say they'll fight to keep the feds involved in mental health care bec
a vessel in the sacramento river and also struck a duck at the stockton port and was ordered to undergo more training and was reportedly involved in another grounding in 2010. he lost his mariner's license for a few months in 2010 because of an undisclosed medical condition. there are many unanswered questions about the conditions the bar pilot was working under when the mishap happened. but obtaining information from the bar pilots association isn't easy. >> reporter: we've learned captain guy kleess had 30 hours off duty before the ship hit the bay bridge. they work under unquestioned stress, fog, tides, huge ships with small margins for error. but the bar pilot association refuses to release logs of working hours and time off. >> what it that they have to hide? i think they got it pretty good. >> reporter: mike jacob of the shipping association says the 55 men and one woman who guides ships in and out of the bay are certainly skilled. big ships must hire them and bar pilots are indemnified for liability from mistakes. they all take their own navigation device on board. >> which is an
's law in honor of her, she had been in and around sacramento for a long time. so the legislation in and of itself, i don't think it's going to work miracles, but it is definitely on people's radar now and i think you hear it in the media more and more. the reason we have a suicide barrier and the reason we are having legislation like this is because of the parents and the families because they are the ones that hurt the most and i would imagine part of the therapeutic thing, you've got to tell this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught. the teachers were intimidated, they didn't want to be seen to have any empathy because that might reflect on them. it's crazy but that's p
at school. he was a victim of bullying in sacramento, california. these kinds of summits are interesting it me because i'm boots on the ground. i am in the trenches every single day and i live in sacramento so i'm at the capitol and we use the word bullying which softens the behavior. this is abuse. it is peer abuse. and our children are crying for help. and the adults who are charged with their well-being turn a blind and deaf ear to it and here's my comment. there are no consequences for failure to comply. nothing with teeth. and i have a dead child who broke under horrendous circumstances where in one of the best schools in sacramento, meraloma, breaks every record going. it is the best. and my son was perceived to be gay and the idea that you could scream out every horrendous word in front of god and everyone and no one did anything, and michael followed policy to a t tomorrow is his birthday. i should be celebrating his 21st birthday. instead, my husband and i, we mourn 4 years. we are no further along. none of our laws, they are not working. this is great. but as a par
was piloting the s-h grace. towards the port of sacramento and briefly ran aground in the sacramento river deep water ship channel. two days later, on august 29, 2009, kleess was piloting a ship on the san joaquin river to stockton. while docking the ship, it collided with a wooden pylon, damaging a cat walk. for these two instances, klees was ordered to take practice trips with an experienced pilot. and on may 26th of 20-10, kleess was supervising a trainee on a ship. the ship was tied to a tugboat en route to the richmond inner harbor. the tugboat made contact with the bottom of the channel. causing minor damage. pilot error was found, but no action was recommended the director of the board of pilot commissioners say, new regulations are in the works to regulate bar pilots. >> this will increase toxicology and increased the agility with physical ability and create a medical review regimen. these regulations grew out of the cosco bucson incident. the director is hopeful regulations will be enacted this year. >> the cosco busan tanker crashed into the bay bridge five years ago. spilling more th
is licensed not just in the san francisco bay but in sacramento. areas that aren't easy to navigate. >> the dynamic area, i have great respect for the pilots. >> reporter: and they have had a few bumps, three minor incidents since 2009. incidents that resulted in kleess undercan going additional training. >> they were very minor ins tents. the first one in 2009 was a minor grounding where the ship did not even get stuck. it just brushed up against the bank in the sacramento river. >> reporter: but the latest incident is by no means minor. and now the board, the coast gua guard, and the ntsb are all trying to get to the bottom of it. >> the lessons learned business and you evaluate and go over it with a fine-toothed comb. >> reporter: and we are back here live. you can see the lights of that oil tanker. it remains anchored in the bay as investigators describe it go through it with a fine-toothed comb. now, also, the ntsb has joined the effort. they have an investigator here in the bay area working in conjunction with the coast guard. also, the coast guard tells me tonight that they c
his ship grounded in the sacramento river. two days later he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. and in may 2010 he was supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit the richmond harbor -- hit the bottom, rather, in the richmond harbor. that was out of about 1100 trips he made throughout his career. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vests else. >> reporter: captain kleess passed an alcohol test. we are waiting for word on his drug test. he is on paid leave as the investigation. we don't know how long the ship will stay in the bay. live on treasure island, anne makovec cbs 5. >> an east bay man met his match and maker during an attempted burglary at an apartment complex in pittsburg. a man killed the burglar in his home. police spent 12 hours processing the crime scene. it started around 10:30 yesterday morning. a 29-year-old man heard somebody at the front door trying to get in. so he went for his weapon. >> reached back to his bedroom and reached for a loaded fir
to riding to and from sacramento with a more experienced pilot for four trips. twoot night two during the day n sacramento ship was a draft deeper than 26 feet. >> in san francisco, one in wyoming what appears to be a current address in maryland. bar pilots work one week on and off and known to trade shifts so they can have more time off. this video provide by san francisco bar pilots. >> i see that captain clees has a home in maryland. i wonder whether he had just flown in from home before getting on the ship? >> i have no idea. it's an ongoing investigation. those are detail that's will probably come out. >> michael jacob represents the shipping industry filing suit to get information about the ships and whether they may be fatigued. >> is it a fair question to ask was he on a red eye? >> absolutely well. don't know when he got on the ship. or when he got off the ship. >> in september a judge ruled in favor of the shippers getting that information but bar pilot filed an appeal. shippers say it's all about transparency. >> we'll be following this one. >> thank you. >> one of oakland'
in three incidents. they were all very minor incidents. in the sacramento river he briefly brushed the bank. could happen to any river pilot. >> reporter: on august 27th, 2009, kleess was piloting a 560- foot bulk carrier the sh grace up the sacramento river and brushed against the bank. the state found no pilot error. two days later he was guiding a 609-foot ship into the port of stockton. it appears an underwater portion of the bow made contact with an underwater portion of a wooden pylon and damaged the catwalk. then on may 26, 2010, captain kleess was on another ship going into the richmond inner harbor, a trainee doing the work and kleess was supervising when a tugboat hit bottom and scraped some paint off the bottom of the tug.
40 that seven of 2009 he briefly ran aground in the sacramento deepwater ship channel. two days later august 2019 he was piloting a shad ship and damaged a catwalk. he was ordered to take practice trips with an experienced pilot. made 26 of 2010 this it was tied to a tugboat that made contact with the bottom of the channel. pilot error was becausthe cause. >> wesley sherman time in one of the speed freak killers fled the and i 2 where he and his partner barry some of their victims people. people live nearby say they aren't happy knowing it could be more victims so close to their homes. >> i am talking about someone who was so disgusting was in this area that i did live year before. why are they here? not so great. last >> last year about 1000 bone fragments found roughly 100 yds from where they are searching now. the fbi says it will take about two to three weeks to complete the bid.dig. [ ma[ le ann ancernc whe o wear darenturetuyou yoy noy kn that you yr moutmo is undernd attactt from foo fd partpalesle and bad cteriaer try trfixodixnt.nt it hitelps cpsateat a foodfo sealeaefeee for
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the port of sacramento and briefly ran around in the sacramento river, deep water ship channel. >> two days later, on august 29th he was piloting a ship on the san joaquin river to stockton. >> while docking the ship, it collided with a wooden pipe line, damaging a catwalk. >> for these two instances, he was ordered to take practice chips with an experienced pilot. >> and on may 26, 2010, he was supervising a trainee on a ship. the ship was tied to a tugboat in route to the richmond inner harbor. >> the tugboat make contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. >> pilot error was found, but no action for recommended. >> the director of the board of pilot commissioner says new regulations are in the works to regulate bar pilots. >> these regulations growth of the coscdo buscon into debt. the director is toll for regulations will be in acted this year. >> monday's tanker collision is a reminder of the november 27th incident with the cosco busan tanker slammed into the bay bridge, causing the spillage of more than 50,000 gal. of oil into the bay. >> it took one year for parties
about fiscal cliffs in washington and the dysfunctionality in sacramento, the city of st. francis has seen the finest moments when we come together, universal care, living wages, as goes san francisco, so goes california. as goes california, so goes the nation. cities rise and fall, supervisors come and oh. colleagues, i am honored to work with each and every one of you, our time together to build a city that the last. let's get to work. ladies and gentlemen. we are adjourned. (applause)
in sacramento where we grew up and also wherever we are. by the way gordon also has led the chinese regressive association for decades and now is the nature, community worker alliance. my sister candy and her husband ken is here; my girlfriend deborah low is here; i want to thank my sister and brother who are watching. thank you for my siblings to encourage healthy diet, especially exercise. i want to also say that my campaign most of you know, i had to do a little bit more work than my college did. avalos and chiu. i am proud of that hard work that i and my grassroots, people powered campaign built. it wasn't president it, never before in san francisco has anyone poured 1 million dollars to unseat a supervisor; we sent a strong message to them. the strongly independent, richmond district residents stood with me, and the grassroots powered campaign stood with me and we sent a strong message that the richmond district is not for sale. all the community allies that pounded the pavement, did the campaign work in building our great campaign and committed so much of their time to our his
did not make it. now i have become a bureaucratic the city of sacramento, which seems like a pretty glorious way to go. but i have met some pretty fantastic people through that. i'm eager to work with you on all of the issues that you have. there's a great staff that operates the office in san francisco. they resolve most of the problems that we could possibly face. there have been a couple that people live come -- have asked me to come down and meet with them on. i am more than happy to do that when there is something that we cannot resolve at the local level. san francisco is a place that we are very proud of. we got kicked out of our office, just by the landlord and the release. there is a lot of political pressure on us just to keep the political office closed. as most of my staff will tell you, there was really one person who thought it was the perfect idea to stay in san francisco and pay the market rent, and that was me. maybe state bureaucrats did not like that some much, but at least one of them did, and that was me. we are delighted to be in san francisco. it is important
circumstance charges against a sacramento man accused of shooting and killing two people in a bar on new year's eve. if convicted, montoya could face murder charges. >>> pittsburg police say an attempted home invasion ended with the intruder being fatally stabbed. >> reporter: police put up yellow tape. about 10:20 this morning it appears an intruder was trying to break into a home. >> this appears to be an interrupted burglary, an individual most likely thought no one was home. >> reporter: but police say a man was inside the apartment. heard someone fiddling with his front door and saw a stranger trying to get back in. >> he retreats back to his bedroom and retrieves a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door he is confronted by the suspect who is now inside of his house. >> reporter: investigators say there was a scuffle. the resident dropped his gun and the intruder also dropped a gun which police later determine to be a replica. officers say the resident then picked up a knife and fatally stabbed the intruder in the neck. a woman and child also live in the apartment
on january 28. >>> prosecutors have filed special circumstance charges against a sacramento man accused of shooting and killing two people in a bar on new year's eve. if convicted, montoya could face murder charges. >>> pittsburg police say an attempted home invasion ended with the intruder being fatally stabbed. >> reporter: police put up yellow tape. about 10:20 this morning it appears an intruder was trying to break into a home. >> this appears to be an interrupted burglary, an individual most likely thought no one was home. >> reporter: but police say a man was inside the apartment. heard someone fiddling with his front door and saw a stranger trying to get back in. >> he retreats back to his bedroom and retrieves a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door he is confronted by the suspect who is now inside of his house. >> reporter: investigators say there was a scuffle. the resident dropped his gun and the intruder also dropped a gun which police later determine to be a replica. officers say the resident then picked up a knife and fatally stabbed the intruder i
as seemingly simple as his bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucracy exists, and sometimes that overwrites something that makes such sense. >> reporter: critics believe the senate public safety committee misuses rocca. members could have voted on this issue but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's republican vice chairman, senator joel anderson, wants to get rid of rocca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past -- there might have been a good excuse for the rocca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover. so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the committee chairwoman, democrat lonnie hancock. hi there. who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are walking
minor, back in august of 2009 his ship grounding in the sacramento river. two days later, he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. then in may of 2010 he was supervisor every supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit bottom in richmond's harbor but that was out of more than 1100 trips the captain has piloted. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vessels. >> reporter: captain kleess did pass an alcohol test. we are still waiting for word on a drug test. in the meantime, he is on paid administrative leave. no word on how long that ship is going to remain here in our bay. live on treasure island, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> 5:31 now. this morning a reward will be announced for the return of a very valuable artifact that was stolen from the oakland museum. police say a thief broke into the museum on monday and took off with a historic gold box worth more than $800,000. oakland police and the mayor jean quan will join museum officials to announce the reward this morning at 9:30. this is th
, police took him into custody outside of his home on an outstanding warrant from sacramento county. this was for failing to show up yesterday on a joyriding charge. booking records confirmed the arrest. williams is supposed to appear in yolo county today for an assault charge involving a target store clerk. >>> prosecutors announced they won't file charges against a man who gave his girlfriend water spiked with chlorine. police arrested robert lockridge last fall at a nursing home. he told officers he bought the water online where it was sold as an alternative health product. the public defender says it was simply a misunderstanding. >>> 6:16. a volunteer effort helped keep the look its from going out at vallejo high school over the holidays. in recent years copper thieves have hit the school district over the christmas break when the schools were empty but this time, members of the site safety team were on patrol, some working on christmas day. and two of them caught a suspect. >> trying to grab some copper, be prepared to be caught. >> if yo
did not even get stuck. it just brushed up against a bank in the sacramento river. >> reporter: but this latest incident is by no means minor. and now the board, the coast guard and the ntsb are all trying to get to the bottom of it. and we are back here live where you can see the oil tanker remains anchored here in the bay tonight. it's unclear how long it will be here, but most certainly during the initial stages of this investigation. now, the u.s. coast guard also confirms tonight that drug and alcohol tests were performed on the pilot. the results of the alcohol tests have come back. and we are told they came back negative. reporting live on treasure island, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> jodi, thank you. the question is fairly simple. how did this happen again? big changes were made after the tanker hit the bay bridge five years ago. most of those changes deal with where the ships can and cannot go during times of low visibility on the bay, but the bay bridge has no such restrictions. nbc bay area's arturo santiago soins joins us. what now? what changes can be
towards the port of sacramento and briefly ran into th =. two days later, on august 29th, he was piloting a ship on the ascent a joke when a river to stop them. while docking mission, he collided with a wooden pipe line, damaging a catwalk. for these two instances, he was ordered to take practice trips with eight experienced pilots. the tugboat made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. pilot error was found, but no action was on recommended. >> we will have more on our live report coming up. sleep train has your ticket to tempur-pedic. experience the pressure-relieving comfort of tempur-pedic, and sleep risk-free with sleep train's 100-day money back guarantee. get 36 months interest-free financing: no down, and no interest for 3 years. plus, get free same-day delivery. sleep train's 100-day money back guarantee, interest-free financing, and free delivery? that's the ticket! sleep train's ticket to tempur-pedic is on now. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ ♪ ♪ sun slight ghys gys up ud ♪ mountaunin-gro-g aro a cominmg throthh ♪h
. the sacramento judge issued a new arrest warrant yesterday when he didn't show up for felony charge for reckless driving. they arrested williams over night after fine being him outside of his -- finding him outside of his home. he is now in jail on a misdemeanor battery charge. >>> drinking soft drinks may lead to depression. drinking more cans ever soda have more of a risk to be depressed and the risk is even greater for those who drink diet drinks. it's still unknown how it affects overall mental health. >>> curb cafes will soon hit the sidewalks for restaurants. they just approved a pilot program to widen sidewalks for eating areas and businesses will have to apply and be approved to install cafe platforms and they are copying what is being done in san francisco. >>> let's quickly check in with sal. what are you seeing? >>> at the toll plaza, getting into the city, there is a backup there and you can see from our pictures traffic is going to be busy and it's about a 15 to 20 minute delay before you get there. at the mcarthur maze, traffic looks good and this is a look from our road sensor, th
. >>> this morning he is back in jail in los angeles. a sacramento judge issued a new warrant after he appeared to -- failed to appear in court for reckless driving. they found him outside of his home and williams is also scheduled to appear in court in yellow county on a misdemeanor battery charge. >>> controversial boy steve has once again been denied boy scouts eagles awards. he was turned down because he was gay. he was criticized and was told he would be given a second chance and his supporters thought maybe he had won the battle but now the boy scouts say his latest application is denied -- application is denied because he does not agree about the duties of god. his father said he never denied his strong lutheran faith and he believes it's just a way to not give his son the award. >>> a big step by the washington national cathedral towards marriage equality. >>> colleges are preparing for the possibility of a school shooting. more than two dozen schools took part in the training yesterday in san diego state. the drill took place for months but the shooting in newtown connecticut gave it n
from sacramento and all over the bay area. so thank you for being here today. we are grateful for an opportunity to come together with you to create schools and communities where young people are healthy and safe and feel welcome and they are allowed to learn and they are allowed to thrive. this day is devoted to help all of us deepen our understanding of this issue of the problem through data, through research, through anecdotes, to put real solutions in place, to comply with new state and draw laws on bullying and to measure our progress. it's a promise we want to join you in keeping to our children and our youth in california. some of you know that we started this summit yesterday with a screening of the documentary film, bully, to 3,000 students in san francisco from san francisco's public schools. the superintendent of schools you're going to hear from in a minute, he was there, i know ter theresa sparks was there, i was so proud of san francisco in being there because the superintendent, he's, you can tell he's a teacher because he took control of that room. there w
actually happens here in the sacramento and san joaquin valleys? farmers here produce more dried plums than the rest of the world combined. >> right now, we're looking at french prunes about to be harvested. and what i look for to see if they're ripe or not is color. we test for sugar. we look at overall fruit development. and this tree is ready to be harvested. >> here they are harvesting 96 tons of fruit a day. so, to be efficient, almost all the harvesting is done by machines now. a mechanical shaker grabs a tree's main limb and, in a matter of seconds, shakes the fruit onto a fabric catching frame spread underneath. from there, it's a quick conveyor ride to bins destined for the dehydrator. and just in casd you were wondering, they're prus in the field and dried plums after they've gone to the dehydrator. the next step in the life of a prune soon to become a dried plum happens here at the nearby dehydrator. here, the fruit is thoroughly washed and then placed on large wooden trays. then the fruit is wheeled into these huge ovens where the temperature reaches upwards of 185 degrees. and
grounded in the sacramento river. two days later he damaged a dock at the port of stockton. in may of 2010 captain kleess was supervising a trainee on a tugboat that hit the bottom at richmonds harbor. >> i don't think you can go through a career without having some interaction with the bottom or other vessels. >> the pilot passed an alcohol test. we're waiting for word on a drug test. he's on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. the department of transportation says >>> hybrid and electric cars will get a whole lot louder if the feds get their way. the department of transportation says the vehicles are just too quiet and that makes them a potential threat to bicyclists and pedestrians. so the feds just proposed a new rule that would require new green vehicles to be loud enough so you can hear them coming. >> the car is very quiet. you cannot hear anything. so you have some people when they're coming to try the car ask is the car on. >> how the feds say louder cars could prevent almost 3,000 accidents a year. >>> 2
as the assemblyman's bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucrats, and sometimes that makes such a sense. >> reporter: critics believe members could have voted on this issue, but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's vice chairman wants to get rid of roca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past, there might have been a good excuse for the roca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover, so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the chairwoman who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are between a federal court order to reduce our prison population by tens of thousands of prisoners and a mandate not to build new prisons either, because we can't afford it. >> rep
and 2012. fans in sacramento had the chance to see the trophies up close and take pictures. the trophies weren't unveiled until 2:00 this afternoon. but the first person arrived at 8:00 in the morning. she told us why it pleasant to her. >> i am here to represent for my father, grandfather. i was raised in san francisco. went to the games back in candle stick with willie mays. and i missed the trophies around the first time but i'm here to represent today. >> that she did. >>> a by area home isn't just an eyesore. they say it's also a hell hazard. the legal fight being raised to get rid of these piles of junk even dead animals. >>> the city in the south bay that thinks a trend could be big for businesses and diners.
. going to have to do it. i know they will have that law in sacramento. when we come right back, is it legal on a judge ordering a woman not to have any more children and a sperm donor getting slapped down big time. legal is next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does bo
, in sacramento, california, reportedly in a fight over a spilled drink, a 22-year-old opened fire in a bar, killing two and wounding two others. in fact, in just those few weeks since the newtown slaughter of the innocent, more than 400 people have died from guns in america. that should boost the last quarter profit margins. so not surprising, the merchants of death are experiencing a happy new year. we can't forget. we mustn't relent. we have to keep talking about this, because wayne lapierre and the nra are insidious and powerful predators. have you seen the reports in both the "journal of the american medical association" and "the washington post" of how, 16 years ago, the nra managed to get congress to pull funding on gun violence studies at the centers for disease control and prevention? and just two years ago, nra henchmen even snuck a provision into the affordable care act that prevents doctors from collecting information on their patients' gun use. as wayne lapierre's brazen call for an armed populace makes clear, the odds don't favor common sense. there are always members of congr
of sacramento. when it tbriefly ran aground. no damage and no pilot error found but he was ordered to take more practice courses. two days later, he was also piloting the san joquani waterway. he was also ordered to take more practice courses. and there was a trainee being trained with a tug boat that made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. pilot error was found but no action was recommended. >> the zero classified as a reminder. these are all- classified as -- minor. >> i would say that it is easy to make contact with the bottom. very narrow transit. >> while there will not comment they say that new regulations are on the works. >> the increased toxicology and the agility testing for pilots. >> these grew out of the studies and they're hopeful of these regulations will actually be re-enacted some time this year. dan kerman, kron 4. >> pam: stay with kron 4 as we continue to follow developments. update on the website. and our facebook and twitter pages. the move for the second sta to aid the excavations and lyndo near lon t found out, the people that and nearby are not
this morning after being arrested last night in los angeles outside of his home. a sacramento judge issued the arrest warrant because katt williams didn't appear in court on a felony charge of reckless driving. williams is also supposed to appear in court in yolo county today on a misdemeanor battery charge. >>> antioch is closer to banning medical marijuana dispensaries. last night, the city council voted 4-1 in favor of a permanent ban. the vote comes after antioch declared a temporary moratorium on dispensaries that expire in april. a final vote is expected later this month. >>> 8:18. it's been called a health hazard but neighbors say the city of burlingame has refused to intervene despite a stench coming from an -- coming from an abandoned home. neighbors say the trash is piled high and there's rats and raccoons. the home has been abandoned. >> you are sitting here holding the bag. >> the whole neighborhood is yeah. it's an eyesore. >> neighbors say they fear the home will affect their property values. burlingame's city manager says the city does not have the authority to regulate the
stream of updates now provides the same sorting options as the desk top version. >>> a sacramento, california, woman was surprised to wake up and find a would-be burglar asleep on her couch. >> this is a crazy story. >> she grabbed her trusty machete, called 911 and held the man until police arrived. >> he had all her valuables packed up and ready to go. he decided to take a nap after eating her leftover chinese food. >> that's when i got the mashety, and i said, no, you need to get back, and wait for the cops to get here. i'm not afraid. i know exactly how to use it. >> cornell snapped this picture when deputies slapped the cuffs on 25-year-old christopher weaver. he was released on bail and found himself under arrest again, this time for allegedly driving a stolen car. >> okay, girl. where did you get the machete? very interesting. that's what i want to know. where did that machete come from? >>> 46 past the hour. the school said no flu shot, no school. one boy's parents said not so fast. we'll talk to them about why they made the decision. coming up. good morning. ♪ ♪ ♪ w
the ailing sacramento team and wrote and be a question said the team had not been sold but stay tuned for more illness did that is your "west coast minute." dennis: after a court struck down 75% last month. some are pushing to make the tax increase temporary. let's get reaction from john brown, former pfizer to british prime minister now with euro pacific capital. what do you think? is willing to just go back and lift it back off once it is approved? >> it takes a lot to do that. they may reduce the rate of tax but extend the time in which the tax was taken. exceptionalism to be hitting to subsidize the failure. so you run out of other people's money. france is a ticking timebomb of europe. as the economy goes and has a huge item, it is too big to bailout for europe. that is how things will expel and threaten the end of the euro and the european union. dennis: some of these socialists got them to make the tax temporary, do you have faith they will later take the tax away? when they start collecting money, they don't give it up. >> exactly. it takes a lot of courage. the top rate of ta
joining us from sacramento. good morning to you, machete mom. >> good morning. >>steve: you got up on a morning in november, 6:45. you're a little groggy. you head over to the coffee pot and you see a total stranger asleep on your couch? >> totally. complete stranger. i cannot believe it. >>steve: i can't believe it either. personally it would have scared the living daylights out of most people. however, you have the wherewithal to start yelling at him not because he had broken into your house but because he had eaten all your chinese food? >> exactly. do you know how hard it is to find good chinese food? i am so serious. i can't believe it. then he ate my carmels. i'm like all bets are off now. >>steve: the guy was not crazy at that point. he was relatively sed date. you said can i make you a cup of coffee, and what did you do? >> i was asking him what time he had gotten there. he said 4:00, 4:30. i realized he had kicked the window in, my sliding glass door window. i said you look a little groggy, son. sit right there. i'm going to make you a cup of coffee. that's when i went bac
against the wild rate hikes that the insurance companies are planning. he's coming to us from sacramento. dave welcome inside "the war room." >> a pleasure to be with you jennifer. >> jennifer: tell us for people who have not been following this why are these rate hikes happening in some states and not in others? >> the problem in california and other states is that there is nothing in the affordable care act or in state law that gives the insurance regulator the authority to reject excessive health insurance or hmo rate hikes. that's a glaring loophole in the affordable care act. the affordable care act has a lot of good things in "n" it. it will cover more americans and stop from insuring those with pre-existing conditions. now 37 states have adopted laws on their state laws to do exactly that. california is not one of those. and so today our conclusion we found unreasonable anthem blue cross rate increase, this particular one was 10.6% for 12-month period on average on small businesses affecting about quarter of a million california residents. they're not alone. we've seen rate increa
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